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You can attach a new Database to Usage and Health data collection service. To point the Usage and Health Data Collection service application to a moved database by using Central Administration Verify that the user account that is performing the procedure is a member of the Farm Administrators SharePoint group. In Central Administration, click Monitoring, ...


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Couple of things to check: from central admin > application management > service application, make sure Usage and Health Data Collection Proxy is started. Make sure “Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Usage Data Import” and “Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Usage Data Processing” jobs are running as per schedule. Make sure Search service is running. Make sure ...


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When you use a Sandbox Solution in your site collection, By default SharePoint set the Resource Quota 300 server resources. Same thing also applies to office 365. This capability is critical to maintaining the stability of the farm.Quotas for sandboxed solutions are measured in units of resource "points." Resource points are a calculated value that ...


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I think the problem really comes from a resource quota being exceeding at the site collection level. Note that the error message mentions the "daily quota". So maybe you had several tries in the day, each resulting in increasing the resource counter (if you had unhandled errors for instance). So, the first suggestion it to try by increasing the quota for ...


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Refer http://blogs.msdn.com/b/spblog/archive/2014/04/03/sharepoint-2013-usage-analytics-the-story.aspx Try checking receiver as mentioned in it To remove you can try - $ad.EnableReceivers = $false Then $ad.Receivers.Add("Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Applications, Version=15.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, ...



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